Green Hill House is a minimalist house in Ukraine where light, volumes and an authentic interior are central. Yakusha Design Studio created here an effect of "there is nothing, but all," as they describe it themselves. A sleek and simple interior that still exudes a lot.
In the recent family home, the public living spaces are on the ground floor and on the first floor are the private bedrooms. The space downstairs is very open and is a place to cook, dine and lounge. A staircase of black and white concrete leads you upstairs. Here you'll find among others the master bedroom which is completely shrouded in a greyish pink colour. Throughout the interior, designers Viktoria Yakusha and Vladislav Baranow of Yakusha Design Studio opted for a sober palette of white, grey, black and wood. This monochrome palette reunites all spaces and brings calm and simplicity. To keep the design minimalist and sober, Yakusha focused on functional decisions, light and volumes. Thus, cabinets and storage spaces are not visible so that everything remains clean. "It seems to me that the more confident and free you are internally, the less external attributes you need. It can be used to simplifying clothes, as well as making the more concise the space you live in. After all, your home is for relaxing in, not getting tired of the details," says head designer and founder Viktoria Yakusha.
The designers created an effect of “there is nothing, but all”.
Many of the decorative items, such as the unique lamp above the dining table, were designed by Faina, a second brand that Yakusha founded, as well as ceramic vases and pieces that fit nicely into the minimalist atmosphere. Green Hill is a perfect representation of the seamless and sleek style of Yakusha Studio. They always provide a sophisticated and minimalist effect in interiors that radiate so much with so little. Design © Viktoria Yakusha, Vladislav Baranow - Images © Andriy Bezuglov